It's Not a Free Lunch, But It's Reasonable
Many parents care about packing a healthy lunch for their kids, but don’t think about what they’re packing it in. News on the dangers of plastic keeps piling up. Health risks associated with vinyl and aluminum further fuel anxiety.
Shoppers don’t want another big-box type lunchbox or disposable bits and pieces. Instead, offer them these dishwasher-safe food containers made of high-grade stainless steel accompanied by machine-washable lunch bags and napkins sewn from hand block printed fabrics made in a mom-and-pop sewing shop in India. With an ECOlunchbox, there’s no limit to what kind of goody can be tucked inside: even pasta with sauce or salad with dressing can be enjoyed without a mess.
The jazzy lunch bag is shaped like a traditional Kraft paper bag and can be carried in different ways: toss it over a shoulder like a messenger bag, grip it by two handles as with a purse or connect the straps with a thoughtful button and voila — it’s a backpack! There is even a tag on which to write a name for easy identification.
If health, ecology and style aren’t convincing enough for your customers, mention economy. According to a study done by the company, an average family spends about $400 on disposable products associated with packing daily lunches and creates more than four thousand units of trash. Using this lunchware saves money, helps preserve health and does wonders for Mother Nature.
When Sandra Ann Harris first sat down to draw the plans and sew the first bags and napkins, she had no idea how successful her products would become. For back-to-school or for anyone who totes a meal, Ecolunchboxes are a dream come green.
Green up and save: www.ecolunchboxes.com